Arts in Crisis: A Conversation with Michael M. Kaiser

McCarter Theatre Center, along with New Jersey State Council on the Arts, ArtPride New Jersey, Lewis Center for the Arts/Princeton University, The Arts Council of Princeton, and New Jersey Theatre Alliance

Invites You to Attend

A Conversation with Michael M. Kaiser

President, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

March 17, 2010
9am Coffee and Networking
10am Discussion

Moderated by Timothy Shields,
Managing Director, McCarter Theatre Center

Berlind Theatre
McCarter Theatre Center
91 University Place, Princeton, NJ 08540

Free and open to the public; pre-registration is appreciated.
To pre-register, call 609.258.2787

Mr. Kaiser will address the challenges facing nonprofit performing arts organizations today. Q&A to follow.

If you would like to ask Mr. Kaiser a question, please email Edward Coles at before March 16.

Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative
Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative is a program designed to provide planning assistance and consulting to struggling arts organizations throughout the United States. Open to non-profit 501(c)(3) presenting and producing performing arts organizations, the program will provide counsel from Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser, Kennedy Center executive staff, and approved mentors in the areas of fundraising, building more effective Boards of Trustees, budgeting, marketing, technology, and other areas pertinent to maintaining a vital performing arts organization during a troubled economy. This event is part of Michael Kaiser’s nationwide speaking tour. For more info visit

2 responses to “Arts in Crisis: A Conversation with Michael M. Kaiser

  1. Is there any way this will be streamed live or podcasted after the fact?

  2. For those of us who cannot come, can you publish a summary?

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